Yandere Freak Wiki – Yandere Freak Biography
Yandere Freak is a TikTok cosplayer who is facing a manslaughter charge in Texas. The social media star’s real name is Mary Anne Oliver-Snow, and they also go by “Snow” and “SnowtheSaltQueen.”
According to Harris County court records, Oliver-Snow is accused of fatally shooting a friend in Houston while drinking.
She is 21 years old.
According to the criminal complaint filed by Harris County Deputy Margarita Nolan, a homicide investigator with the county sheriff’s office, Mary Anne Oliver-Snow, also known as Yandere Freak, Snow, and SnowtheSaltQueen, shot Hastings while they were drinking and watching tv at their Houston home on January 17, 2021, about 1:30 a.m.
Hastings was taken to Houston Northwest Hospital, where she later died. Six witnesses were in the home at the time of the shooting, according to the complaint. Oliver-Snow gave investigators a statement and was detained for questioning after the shooting.
Oliver-Snow has been free on bond since their probable cause arrest on the manslaughter charge on January 18, 2021. They were indicted by a Harris County grand jury on the second-degree felony manslaughter charge in April 2021 and remained free on bail pending trial. According to Texas state law, the second-degree felony manslaughter charge carries a potential prison sentence of 2 to 20 years. The indictment accuses Oliver-Snow of “recklessly” causing Hasting’s death by “pointing a handgun” at Hastings and “pulling the trigger.”
Helen Rose Hastings Biography
According to the Oberlin Review, the victim, Helen Hastings, was a first-year student at Oberlin College in Ohio. The student newspaper wrote, “Among her friends, Hastings was known for her laughter, enthusiasm, and compassion. Hastings was interested in helping treat misophonia, a condition that causes people to be distressed by particular sounds, and she intended to study neuroscience, psychology, and art.”
Hastings was from Houston, Texas, according to her Facebook page. She graduated from The Awty International School in Houston before attending Oberlin, she said on Facebook. The Oberlin Review added that she was survived by her parents, Susan and Phillip, and four brothers. The article does not mention a cause of death. Hastings’ family has not commented publicly about the charges against Oliver-Snow.
According to court records, prosecutors sought to revoke Oliver-Snow’s bail on August 3, 2021, accusing them of violating the conditions of their release from custody. Oliver-Snow was charged in a bond conditions violation report of failing to report to pretrial services as directed, failing to comply with curfew requirements, and failing to abide by the rules of the electronic monitoring program.
Oliver-Snow was accused of four curfew violations in July 2021, of having a dead GPS battery on three occasions in July 2021, and of having four-plus hours with GPS having no cell service on seven occasions in July 2021. Oliver-Snow appeared in court but was allowed to remain free on bond until trial.
Oliver-Snow’s next court hearing is scheduled for October 21, 2021, before Judge Chris Morton in Harris County’s 230th Criminal District Court, according to online records viewed by Heavy. The hearing is scheduled to be an evidence exchange. A trial date has not been set for the case.